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 One Long Island - Virtual Constitution

 

(http://www.onelongisland.com/)

 

 

Basic concepts:

 

 

1. Long Island data must be unified, flexible and available.

 

2. A broad range of talent is necessary to achieve a cohesive Long Island identity.

 

3. Technology and money is available now to achieve a better method of determining public policy.

 

4. Public policy should be determined by generally accepted standards for analysis.

 

5. Technology used for public purposes should be held to compatible, flexible standards.

 

6. Organizations should be permitted autonomy within a unified Long Island "vision."

 

7. Public technology will change despite efforts (intentional or unintentional) to slow down progress.

 

8. Public systems must be designed to anticipate rapid change.

 

9. The barriers between government, media and the public will continue to lessen.

 

10. The public has the potential to assume a greater ability to inform and govern itself.

 

11. Agreement on common data and common formulae has the potential to lessen strife among organizations and lead to a better approach to public policy.

 

12. We are all  family and need to remember this; vigilantly growing in maturity, self-responsibility, generous-ness, industrious-ness, patience, kindness, loving peace, truth, and honesty.

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